Director of Community Investment, Jen Bowden, Named Forty Under 40 Honoree

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Dublin, OH - IGS Energy is pleased to recognize Jen Bowden, director of community investment, as one of Columbus Business First’s 2015 Forty Under 40 honorees. Bowden joined the company in September 2014, and has been instrumental in building the company’s first-ever community investment and philanthropy program. She has a demonstrated a track record of advancement at organizations ranging from the Mid-Ohio Foodbank to the Columbus Blue Jackets Foundation.

Scott White, president and CEO of IGS Energy said, “Jen has been a great addition to the IGS Energy family. She brings a wealth of expertise in the areas of philanthropy, grant-making, community and government relations, and fundraising. Her dedication to making our community better is extremely admirable and this honor is very well-deserved.”

The awards program, which is designed to recognize young leaders in the Central Ohio community, is in its 23rd year. A special event is being held in May to commemorate the honorees.

About IGS Energy

Founded in 1989, IGS Energy has been a leading advocate for change in the energy industry with the goal of offering a choice to commercial, industrial and residential customers in energy supply. Today, we expertly advise and help consumers make smart energy decisions that fit their individualized needs. IGS Energy supplies natural gas and electricity to more than 1,000,000 customers, and offers a variety of Home Services products to help consumers protect their homes and further manage their energy costs.